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August 14, 2008

April 13, 2008

Diadora, adidas, Reebok Women's Tennis Shoes for Spring

Spring is without question in the air (except in those unfortunate places where its still snowing...). So you need new kicks to hit the outdoor tennis season. Here are some great choices for women's tennis shoes - from the usual suspects (adidas, Reebok) and also a Diadora or two thrown in.
Diadora - Speed Tech W (White/Pink Shell) - Footwear


Diadora - Speed Tech W (White/Pink Shell) - Footwear



  • Flexible and versatile

  • Synthetic micro-fiber upper is lightweight and ultra-soft.

  • Synthetic toe overlay delivers durable resistance to abrasion due to toe drag.

  • Fully lined and treated with special anti-bacterial treatment.

  • Removable, anatomically shaped, cushioned ErgoFit insole comprised of a shock absorbing EVA foam network in the metatarsal area and a hard EVA cup in the heel for stability.

  • Molded high-end EVA foam, together with Double Action insert in the heel and forefoot, enhances flexibility and disperses sole pressure.

  • Gummy-rubber DA in the heel provides shock absorption.

  • Air Flow grid ensures proper forefoot flexion while offering midfoot stability and breathability.

  • Lightweight outsole incorporates Axeler Technology that dramatically improves forefoot flexibility while providing midfoot stability.

  • The outsole has been enhanced with Duratech 5000 special anti-abrasion rubber compound throughout for durability.


adidas - Tirand II W (White/Metallic Silver/Light Baja) - Footwear


adidas - Tirand II W (White/Metallic Silver/Light Baja) - Footwear



  • Focuses on durability, comfort and midfoot support.

  • adiTUFF for abrasion resistance in the toe area.

  • Synthetic leather upper for lightweight durability.

  • Textile lining and EVA insole for comfort.

  • 3-D TORSION for midfoot integrity.

  • adiPRENE insert for comfort and shock absorption.


adidas - Ambition Str III W (White/Light Baja/Shade Grey) - Footwear


adidas - Ambition Str III W (White/Light Baja/Shade Grey) - Footwear



  • Quality, comfort and functionality for the recreational tennis player.

  • Full-grain leather upper for comfort and feel.

  • Textile lining.

  • Injected EVA insole and midsole for comfort and long-term cushioning.

  • adiWEAR outsole for durability in high-wear areas.


adidas - Barricade IV W (White/Light Aqua/Metallic Silver) - Footwear


adidas - Barricade IV W (White/Light Aqua/Metallic Silver) - Footwear



  • Light with a snug, supportive fit.

  • Synthetic leather upper for light weight and durability.

  • Textile lining.

  • Molded EVA insole for anatomical comfort.

  • adiPRENE insert for comfort and shock absorption.

  • EXTENDED TORSION for midfoot and forefoot integrity.

  • Feathered construction allowing for ultimate performance in multi-directional sports.


Reebok - Stadium Court (White/Slate/Silver/Seagull) - Footwear


Reebok - Stadium Court (White/Slate/Silver/Seagull) - Footwear



  • Upper support design provides lateral support and stability.

  • DMX Foam for cushioning.

  • PLAYDRY lining for moisture management.

  • EVA midsole provides shock absorption.

  • Removable, ventilated sockliner for cushioning and breathability.

  • Accommodates orthotics.


Diadora - Axelerate Plus W (White/Classic Navy) - Footwear


Diadora - Axelerate Plus W (White/Classic Navy) - Footwear



  • For the player looking for a durable, comfortable shoe.

  • Soft, full grain leather upper.

  • Lining with special anti-bacteria treatment.

  • Removable, anatomically shaped, cushioned ErgoFit insole. Molded EVA foam midsole with Engage.

  • Axeler Air Flow grid ensures proper forefoot flexion while offering midfoot stability and breathability.

  • Lightweight outsole incorporates Diadoras revolutionary Axeler Technology that improves forefoot flexibility while ensuring midfoot stability.

  • Duratech 5000 special anti-abrasion rubber compound throughout for durability.

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April 1, 2008

Four Reebok Styles under $30

RBK Men's Pump Match Day (Black/Silver)
RBK Men's Pump Match Day - $19.99
Designed and engineered for Andy Roddick, the men's Pump Match Day tennis shoe showcases The Pump™ which infaltes around your mid-foot area providing you with a personalized fit and support. The herringbone outsole and carbon rubber heel strike deliver durable traction, while the upper support design ensures lateral support and stability.

RBK Men's Put Away - $29.99
This lightweight performance shoe offers out of the box comfort and a cushioned ride. The clean and classic style combines with modern performance technologies and makes the Put-Away an attractive choice for all levels of competition.

Reebok Women's Upset DMX (White/Navy/Silver)
Reebok Women's Upset DMX - $29.99
This well-cushioned shoe is comfortable out of the box, offers great ventilation and helps keep your feet feeling great till the last point. Ideal for players that are looking for a durable, lightweight and very stable shoe.

Reebok Women's Upset DMX - $29.99
This well-cushioned shoe is comfortable out of the box, offers great ventilation and helps keep your feet feeling great till the last point. Ideal for players that are looking for a durable, lightweight and very stable shoe.

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January 8, 2008

Jankovic keeping it short and sweet with Reebok


OK...you know we often look to DownTheLine to provide us with the latest in tennis fashion assessment. But in a recent post regarding short shorts, we respectfully disagree... :) Hey, I agree its not proper pro tennis wear. But neither are the sleeveless shirts which show off the guns of Nadal, Haas and Blake. So as long as the proper apparel is out the window, why not have the short shorts for the fellas?

Rbk Women's Statement Stretch Knit Short
Rbk Women's T-Back Tank
Reebok Tennis Women's Match Point

(images via AP)

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December 14, 2007

Jelena Jancovic to star in IFC documentary

Jelena Jankovic has spent some of her time away from the game playing the starring role in a Frame job. One of the most personable players on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour is joining forces with "Hairspray" actress Brittany Snow to collaborate in a new, original Reebok Entertainment-produced TV show titled "Framed" that will debut Friday night on the IFC channel.

“Framed” aims to take viewers behind-the-scenes in presenting an unfiltered, real view of the biggest names in sports, who each endorse Reebok, and entertainment both on and off the field, court and screen.

Jankovic's spirited sense of adventure and her desire to tell her story directly to fans drew her to the project.

"What attracted me most to the Reebok Framed project was that I love the idea of a challenge, especially the aspect of doing something completely different," Jankovic told Tennis Week today. "Starring in 'Framed' provided me with the opportunity to tell my story to fans. I feel that I am pretty expressive on the tennis court, however fans still don't get to see everything that I am about just by watching me in competitions. Framed provided a window into my life and into who I truly am as a person."

Snow directs the Jankovic episode of Framed, which will premiere on January 11. The pair spent time together on and off the court and Jankovic said she's pleased by the final product.

"I loved having Brittany Snow be the first-time director of my Framed episode," Jankovic told Tennis Week. "We have many similarities, we are both young, fresh and full of energy! I think we had great chemistry together and I think fans will see that when the episode comes out!"

Other celebrities and athletes featured in the original series include NBA All-Star Baron Davis framed by television and screen star Emmanuelle Chriqui and Denver Nuggets star guard Allen Iverson framed by music icon Nelly.

Jancovic's is the 5th episode of the "Framed" series, and will air for the first time on Friday, Jan. 11 at 11:00 PM EST

From WTA World

More About the Reebok end of this story on MarketingDaily


Jelena Jancovic's Gear:
Prince Ozone Seven
Prince Microtac
Reebok Tennis Women's Match Point

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November 30, 2007

GIVE THE GIFT OF TENNIS FOOTWEAR THIS SEASON


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No K-Swiss, no adidas...hmmm...how about Reebok's, where you can get free shipping here.

Not the most exciting gift, but cool kicks are always a good gift for the kiddies. Kids' shoes for up to 65% off.

Not sure what to get that special tennis player in your life? Don't worry, you can get 10% Off Any Purchase at Shoebuy.com

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September 7, 2007

BRANDS FOR THE US OPEN MEN'S SEMI'S

A couple days ago, WhatsAllTheRacquet posted the brand matchups for the women's semis at the US Open, and made some predictions. Now its time for the men's semis.


Djokovic vs. Ferrer - Djokovic is head-to-toe adidas, and uses a Wilson stick, while Ferrer is head-to-toe Lotto, and plays with a Prince racquet.

What's All The Racquets Pick for the Match: Djokovic...he and his impressions of other players are on their way to their first Grand Slam final. Ferrer will win a set, though.

What's All The Racquets Pick for the Equipment: Tie...we like the Lotto apparel better than the red, white and blue Cirque du Soleil outfit adidas of Novak. But we prefer Wilson sticks to Prince.


Federer vs. Davydenko: Federer is all Nike with a Wilson racquet, and Davydenko wears Asics shoes, swings a Prince stick, and wears Airness apparel.

What's All The Racquets Pick for the Match: C'mon...do you have to even ask?

What's All The Racquets Pick for the Equipment: Federer wins out by a small margin. It all comes down to the outfit Nike chooses for him. If its the all black, patent-leather, tuxedo outfit, Davydenko wins with the Airness, all-white, classic look. But otherwise the Nike stuff is great.

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